Kwame Darko - Half Full

Posted about 3 years ago
Producer:
Felix Snow
Album:
Post Grad EP

Finding that bad chick or dude who’ll ride with you through good and bad times is never easy, and that goes double when you’re in a game as replete with opportunistic hangers-on as the music industry. Maryland buzzmaker Kwame Darko has experienced more than his share of disappointments in the romantic arena, but he hasn’t lost faith; as he emphasizes on his latest EP single, he’s just a glass Half Full kind of guy. An official video by Walu and Omaru Williams accompanies the record, which finds the Bet They See Me Now emcee chronicling his search for true love over an effervescent, rock-infused beat by Felix Snow. In addition to rocking the mic, the artist delivers an impressive falsetto hook. Fans can find Half Full and much more on Kwame Darko’s Post Grad EP, available online as of Tuesday, the 15th.

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